Harriette BOWDOIN (American, 1880-1947) ✿

Harriette Bowdoin was an American Impressionist artist, was born in South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts. She had a varied and very artistic career. Known as a painter, illustrator, and worker in crafts and as a teacher she spent most of her adult life in and around New York City.
Bowdoin studied painting with Sir Frank Brangwyn in France and with Henry Snell and Elliott Daingerfield in New York. Her wonderful and sensitive impressionist renderings of interior motifs endear her to that movement at the turn of the century.
She exhibited two paintings in the 1917 exhibit of the Society of Independent Artists. She was also a member of the National Association of Women Painter and Sculptors, the American Watercolor Society, and the New York Society of Painters

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